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Location: Central Bank of Bahrain Volume 4—Investment Business > Part A > High Level Standards > HC High-Level Controls Module > HC-10 Category 3 Investment Firm Licensees > HC-10.2 Approved Persons Loyalty > Personal Accountability > HC-10.2.3
  • Personal Accountability

    • HC-10.2.2

      Each approved personG should understand that under the Company Law he is personally accountable to the investment firm licenseeG and the shareholders if he violates his legal duty of loyalty to the investment firm licenseeG , and that he can be personally sued by the investment firm licenseeG or the shareholders for such violations.

      January 2011

    • HC-10.2.3

      The duty of loyalty includes a duty not to use property of the investment firm licenseeG for his personal needs as though it was his own property, not to disclose confidential information of the investment firm licenseeG or use it for his personal profit, not to take business opportunities of the investment firm licenseeG for himself, not to compete in business with the investment firm licenseeG , and to serve the investment firm licensee'sG interest in any transactions with the company in which he has a personal interest.

      January 2011

    • HC-10.2.4

      For purposes of Paragraph HC-10.2.3, an approved personG should be considered to have a "personal interest" in a transaction with the company if:

      (a) He himself;
      (b) A member of his family (i.e. spouse, father, mother, sons, daughters, brothers or sisters); or
      (c) Another company of which he is a director or controllerG ,

      is a party to the transaction or has a material financial interest in the transaction. (Transactions and interests which are de minimis in value should not be included.)

      January 2011

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